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of that plus a very special live visit to the valley hope forgot. hannity starts right here right now. another day, and another democrat is held accountable by you, the american people. today, that democrat was senator arlen specter and he proved just as incapable of handling the frustrations of ordinary americans as all the democrats who came before him. the event reached the tipping point when a man rose to confront the senator. look at how specter reacted. >> you want to be -- you want to be led -- you want to be led out of here? you are welcome to go. now wait a minute, now wait a minute, now wait a minute. wait, wait a minute: wait a minute, wait a minute. wait a minute. wait a minute. you want to leave? leave. sean: he wasn't going to allow the senator to shout him down. here's what happened next. >> well, i got news for you, you and your cronies in the government do this kind of stuff all the time. well,. [ applause ] i'm not a lobbyist, all kind of money to stuff in your pocket so you can cheat the citizens of this country so i will leave and you can do whatever the hell you please to
hannity that are not true. >> reporter: so democrats are now trying to play defense, sending out these health care fact check cards to supporters with their own talking points. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. >> couric: a key player on the republican side of the battle over health care reform got an earful from his constituents today at four town meetings in the heartland. here's cynthia bowers. >> reporter: the man many say is the most important member of the senate when it comes to health care reform, iowa's chuck grassley, took his turn on the town hall circuit today. >> we're here with such a large crowd because people fear for america. ( applause ) >> reporter: he was facing standing-room-only crowd at every stop. >> we don't really know what's happening. >> reporter: as the ranking republican on the senate's finance committee, grassley is trying to cut through the noise and come up with a bipartisan health care bill that's acceptable to everyone. >> you know, i have been criticized for being at the table, just like i ought to be sitting in nigh office with my feet up on m
hannity, all these other folks that you listen to daily, even my good friend joe scarborough, it is ridiculous. all you are trying to do is disrupt something a needs to be done for all people. not just your people and the people you e-mail and try to get something done to disrupt something. host: let's hear from our guest. guest: we have been opposing big government for 25 years. doesn't matter who is proposing it. we proposed many of george bush's policies that were encroachments into people's lives. we opposed bill clinton's tax hikes. we opposed george bush role one's tax hikes. it has nothing to do with president obama. it has to do with healthcare reform going in the wrong direction. we've got a lot of ideas and none of them is it the current legislation and we think it takes it entirely in the wrong direction so we are opposed to the policy. host: how many members does freedomworks claim? >> we have over 700,000 members that we have built up the last 25 years. host: free to join? guest: yes, assign up on the website and we will send you weekly e-mails. as you get mor
says she was joking. oh, that's really funny. more hannity after this. [ female announcer ] want color that shines all year long? spend 10 minutes a month with natural instincts. it's the healthier way to blend away gray how? it's antioxidant rich and ammonia-free. in fact, the more often you use it, the healthier your hair looks. natural instincts, it's all good. chocolatey taste in 60 calories? ♪ ♪ oh, so delicious who cares? jell-o sugar free pudding. every diet needs a little wiggle room. sean: this is a fox news alert. kris jenkins is live in to uson, maryland, the site of a town hall meeting that was hosted by senator ben cardin. emotions once again running high. the meeting wrapped up just a few minutes ago. griff, what's happening? >> sean, passions were flying high here. i spoke with sarah cardin's press secretary. she says in the 23 years she's worked for the center, she's never seen passions so high. there were people yelling at each other. there was shouting on two sides of the street. there were people for health care legislation and people against. the people against
's pews and considered him a mentor and the only exception was sean hannity who had him on to talk about the black value system that basically says that the way any blacks who achieve economic success are being bought off by the capitalist system and are to be shunned. but in my stories, i reported for the first time on reverend white's sermons, saying that the government created aids to kill off blacks, that israel is a racist country, that the government created killers to kill off minorities throughout the world, et cetera, et cetera. and also that the same reverend white gave awards to farrah kahn for lifetime achievement. who picked up those stories? nobody. nobody touched it. i mentioned the stories to a cnn rerter at a party and she had not seen the stories and she said that's amazing. of course, i could never run a story like that. i would be accused of being bias against barack obama by my network. finally, after sending the stories to friends i know in mainstream media, tv networks and newspapers, after about two months, i did a "wall street journal" op ed quoting the sermons a
hannity, rush limbaugh. they don't have the stature they once had. they don't stant stand with anything. they haven't come out with their health care plan. sarah palin is looking to be the republican candidate for president next time around. for many republicans that's a nightmare because she is a loose cannon. so they have a republican party that really is looking for issues, looking for ways of reasserting themselves. a defeat on health care would be a great way of giving the obama administration a black eye. they are not going to be able to do that. again, 51 votes is all the democrats need to get health care or a significant part of health care through the senate this fall. >> secretary rice, i want to bring in jon hillsenrath, my co-host. i don't know if i should call you professor or secretary or professor secretary rice. >> your highness will be fine. >> the job market, isn't this a political impediment for president obama right now? it seems to me he's going to have a challenge in the months ahead making his argument as long as the unemployment rate is in the nine plus percent r
crowley may very well resign, and frankly join sean hannity and sarah palin on the lecter circuit making speeches and making millions of dollars. professor gates probably as a result of this will never be racially profiled again in his life whereas i can walk out of the studio and it might happen. that's why it's so unrealistic anymore what the experience is that they're having. alex, when is the last time you know of any african-american or white american who was originally the suspect in a potential burglary or break-in, and then ultimately winds up celebrating the event at a beer festival at the white house, with the president and the vice president of the united states, in good company with the arresting officer? that doesn't happen. >> it doesn't happen. >> and it takes us off of the issue. >> the thing is, there is a unique situation, because the president did insert himself. it's all unique because the president of the united states is black. i mean this whole teachable moment concept, do you think the whole country is looking at this situation a bit differently because the presid
or hannity or the internet. there was actually probably greater net monopoly by abc, nbc, cbs, "new york times" in that era than there is today. i have two practical pieces of advice for you. the first is sheer repetition. i mean, if you took all e-mail addresses in this room, collectively you probably represent 60 or 100 or 200,000 people. you would be startled how many people you can connect with. you become the equivalent of a newspaper. what reagan did that was brilliant, he developed very specific ideas. the reason i talk about a 50% reduction in social security and medicare tax is you can go back home and every person who works can calculate how much they would take home next week with that kind of a tax cut and now it begins to be personal and it is not nbc news or "new york times." it is personal. if i contrast competing with china, which has zero capital gains, why don't we have zero capital gains? every investor and capitalist in america can calculate what zero capital gains would be worth. now i get their attention at a level the "new york times" can't match. it does require i
limbaugh and sean hannity and george bush are at greater risk of assassination van barack obama. >> guest: as a fun part of the book. in the last chapter i point out i wouldn't have mentioned it if they haven't brought it up so much other ad campaign you keep hearing about this unique rest of, is that being assassinated because he is black in and this is unlike any other president or any other presidential candidate in the call in for a special secret service protection and article about i'm so worried review it and there was some liberal in britain sank in the is elected he will be assassinated so i wouldn't have mentioned if they haven't been dangling the big red tape in front of me but in point of fact pretty much every presidential assassination or attempted assassination in the history of america was committed by a liberal. some version have entered his communist palestinian extremists and there are a couple who didn't particularly have politics someone include john wilkes booth in that and john hinckley, but envelopes with casey was an actor. he was being hit a piece maugre in and t
hannity, we didn't have the internet and so there was actually probably a greater net monopoly by abc, nbc, cbs, "the new york times" in that era than there is today. i have two practical pieces of advice for you. the first is sheer repetition. i mean, if you took all of the e-mail addresses in this room, my guess is that collectively you probably represent 60,000 or 100,000 or 200,000 people. you'd be startled how many people you can connect with. so you become the equivalent of a newspaper. and so what reagan did that was -- that was brilliant was he developed very specific ideas. the reason i talked about a 50% reduction in social security and medicare tax is you can go back home and every person who works can calculate how much they would take home next week with that kind of a tax cut. and now it begins to be person personal, and it's not nbc news or "the new york times," it's personal. if i contrast competing with china, which has zero capital gains, why don't we have zero capital gains, every investor and every venture capitalist in america can calculate what zero capital gains woul
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